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Random question of the day...
Theoretically, does SD memory have an adequate data transfer rate to be used for playing music?
Thanks for responses..
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Well, is the music compressed and if so, what's the compression rate? I think even PC66 would suffice. Sounds like you're building a FrankeniPod.
 

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If you are looking at storing MP3's on an SD card for streaming music, this should be no problem. USB flash drives do this as well.

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It would just be the standard mp3 compression. Anyone think an mp3 player with SD memory is marketable? -razz:
 

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interesting, I didn't know they existed. If SD memory continues in the direction that it's going (a gig is under $60 now), something like that would be nice.
 
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